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Recall Of Little Tykes Swing Has Expanded Its Reach

The problems continue with the Little Tykes children's swings as the recall has grown from just the United States to Australia.

In February 540,000 of the 2-in-1 Snug n Secure pink swings were recalled after almost 40 children were hurt. Now, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has announced that they are issuing a recall as well.

No children have been hurt in Australia, but several of the swings have broken. The swings were sold between January 1st, 2011 and December 31, 2013.

If you have one of these, please check the model number. The following model numbers are affected: 615573, 615573K, 615573M

The announcement also says that "if the molded INNER arrow of the date code stamp on your product is pointing to "09", "10", "11", "12, "13", your swing may be included in the recall."

Parents have been advises to stop using these swings immediately as these swings have led to cuts, bruises, abrasions and bumps for the kids, with two even breaking their arms.

If you or someone you know owns this swing make sure you call the company immediately to find out the next steps.

You can contact them through their website or by calling 1-855-284-1903.

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